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Beretta 92fs Owners..

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by PBaz Barrett, Jan 8, 2020.

  1. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Yes mate, Ive just altered the front sight so she is bang on now where you aim mate.. filed it down to desired height.. :up:
     
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    turb0z Engaging Member

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    Top job mate! :)
     
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  3. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Yep I know, like a dodo :rolleyes:, I ordered a rear sight before waiting for your reply on the height of your new rear sight, and had filed down the new front sight not knowing that the rear one thats coming actually matched the higher new front sight.. :shrug: Bit of a plonker I admit :facepalm:.. But it will do for a spare for the 92FS or my CP88 when the rear sight comes.. :thumb:..
     
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    turb0z Engaging Member

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    :facepalm::laff:

    You're sorted now that's the main thing :thumb:
     
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  5. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Yep, she's shooting like a new one.. single hole'in at 8 yards rested.. Also made a few mods to personalise it..
    IMG_2201.JPG
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    turb0z Engaging Member

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    That looks mint! Nice work! :thumb:
     
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    Didn't realise the Beretta was so popular.

    Love mine....... Shots perfectly (at 10 metres)

    [​IMG]


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    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    That's lovely mate, yep they are one fine made pistol alright :thumb:..
     
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    Boysey Busy Member

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    Indeed, sometimes I prefer shooting this to my rifles!

    It's more fun


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    turb0z Engaging Member

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    @Peter John Boyse How do you find putting the magazine in with that sight rail in place?
     
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    No problem at all, the rail is shorter than the magazine insert and doesn't interfere.


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    turb0z Engaging Member

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    cool, i might get one and try out the red dot sight i have spare :thumb:
    although, i am a fan of open sights!
     
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    Perhaps the red dot makes it all too easy but I do like it

    I have a cheap version and a very expensive version and for accuracy the the more expensive version is better!!!

    But I guess it's up to how you feel!


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    turb0z Engaging Member

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    Easier it maybe but at least you know your pistol is shooting right so if you do decide to go to open sights, you are not fighting a pistol that isnt performing correctly! :)
     
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    Like it! How very correct. Tried both open sites and red dot.

    If you ever fancy something special.... Have a go at this.... Made for the Baretta and other guns of course.

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    turb0z Engaging Member

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    Nice, I might give it a go although my eyes and red dot don't get on very well. I see a 5-7mm splodge in the center rather than a dot and i just have to aim using the middle of the splodge lol
     
  17. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    just got my Sig:eek:SauerM17 sorted also.. (trigger return spring broke), got 5 from china, spares always good :thumb:. Amazing what you find when splitting main action..This video was a test to confirm my suspicions,
    and did it!. No additional parts added or altered.. It has been since been set back to standard...

     
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    turb0z Engaging Member

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    This would be you at a pistol range lol

     
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    Thanks PBaz for the heads up on this just bought fore sight and now wondering about rear sight, are they both difficult to fit ?
     
  20. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    No not difficult to fit (both), but I found after fitting the front sight only it will shoot low.. Fitting the rear as well apparently sorts this out.. I just filled down foresight to desired height (3-4 mm taller than stock front sight). Very easy to fit both though with plenty of info on youtube..
     

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